Definition of restage in English:

restage

Line breaks: re|stage
Pronunciation: /riːˈsteɪdʒ
 
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verb

[with object]
Present (a performance or public event) again or differently: archaeologists have tried to restage a Bronze Age cremation the choreographer completely restaged the dance sequences
More example sentences
  • He criticised Eisenstein's film October as a distortion of history, because it restaged the events of the 1917 Russian Revolution using actors.
  • However we are delighted to announce that all the event sponsors have pledged their full support in restaging this tournament.
  • In past projects, he has restaged riots from the 1984-85 Miners Strikes using the original participants, used teenage film-makers to shoot documentaries and arranged acid-house music for brass bands.

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